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Comunidades de machos de Euglossini (Hymenoptera: Apidae) em matas semidecíduas do Nordeste do estado de São Paulo
A composicao, abundância e mudancas sazonais da fauna de Euglossini foram determinadas pela atracao de machos por iscas de cineol, eugenol e vanilina. O estudo foi realizado em duas Reservas doExpand
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Nesting behaviour of Centris (Heterocentris) analis (Fabricius) in southeastern Brazil (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Centridini)
The nesting behaviour of Centris analis was studied on the campus of the University of Sao Paulo-Ribeirao Preto, SP, Brazil. The bees nested in trap-nests made with black cardboard, measuring 5.8 cmExpand
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NEST STRUCTURE AND COMMUNAL NESTING IN EUGLOSSA (GLOSSURA) ANNECTANS DRESSLER (HYMENOPTERA, APIDAE, EUGLOSSINI)
Three nests of Euglossa (Glossura) annectans Dressier, 1982 were obtained from trap nests at Serra do Japi, Jundiai, Sao Paulo State, Brazil. The bees nested in bamboo cane (one nest) and inExpand
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Social structure of euglossa cordata nests ( hymenoptera, apidae, euglossini)
Annahme : 1 9 85-04-25 Gar6falo , C. A. [Dept . BioI . USP, 1 4 . 1 00 Ribeirao Preto-S . P. , Brasil ] : Social Structure of Euglossa cordata Nests (Hymenoptera : Apidae , Euglossini) . EntomoI .Expand
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BIOLOGIA DA NIDIFICAÇÃO DE Xylocopa frontalis E Xylocopa grisescens (HYMENOPTERA, APIDAE, XYLOCOPINI) EM NINHOS-ARMADILHA
Algumas especies do genero Xylocopa sao conhecidas como polinizadores efetivos das culturas de maracuja e a falta ou a presenca reduzida dessas abelhas nos plantios tem se constituido em um dosExpand
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Pollination services at risk: Bee habitats will decrease owing to climate change in Brazil
Native bees are important providers of pollination services, but there are cumulative evidences of their decline. Global changes such as habitat losses, invasions of exotic species and climate changeExpand
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Nesting biology of Centris (Hemisiella) tarsata Smith (Hymenoptera, Apidae, Centridini)
Ninhos de Centris tarsata Smith, 1874 foram obtidos atraves da utilizacao de ninhos-armadilha, em areas de floresta estacional semi-decidua (Baixa Grande) e de caatinga (Ipira), no Estado da Bahia. AExpand
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Trap-nesting bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) in forest fragments of the State of São Paulo, Brazil.
We studied the community ecology of trap-nesting bees in two forest fragments of the state of São Paulo, Brazil, during two years, utilizing bamboo canes and tubes made of black cardboard as trapExpand
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